||Dirty Dougs CD (2007) |
Doug Harris CD discography A great acoustic blend of harmonica,guitar and vocals that stimulates the mind as well as the ears.
||Montreux Heat CD (2003) |
Doug Harris songs This previously unreleased set from the 1980 Montreux Jazz Festival features the pacesetting Afro-Cuban jazz conguero Mongo Santamaria and his frequently blazing seven-piece band. With trumpeter Tommy Villarini (whose high-note flurries sound a little like Jon ...
||Uptown/Downtown CD (1989) |
Doug Harris music CDs The debut recording from McCoy Tyner's big band features the pianist's all-star 15-piece unit romping through five of his originals (including "Blues for Basie") plus Steve Turre's "Lotus Flower." With such fine soloists as tenors Junior ...
||Second Chance CD (2011) |
Doug Harris CD discography The release of "A Second Chance" introduces the music world to Dorothy Leigh, a Grammy Nominated and powerful, highly respected Singer/Recording Artist with a soulful voice, very expressive style, and ability to interpret lyrics in a ...
||Rugged Jungle CD (2004) |
Doug Harris discography This 13 track CD contains never before released live recordings from Duke Ellington. Recorded at Carnegie Hall in New York City on July 8th, 1972 and Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, Canada on May 25th, 1973, the ...
||Summertime CD (1980) |
Doug Harris albums Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1991, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley).
1991 reissue of a fine concert date. ~ Ron Wynn
Recorded at Mountain Studios, Montreux, Switzerland on July 19, 1980. Originally released on Pablo Live (2308-229). Includes original ...
||Manhattan Fever CD (1968) |
Doug Harris CD discography Tenor saxophonist Frank Foster occupies an interesting niche in jazz history: he was a featured player in a classic big band, namely Count Basie's in the 1950s and early '60s, yet he also played progressive, free-edged ...
||Best of McCoy Tyner Big Band CD (2002) |
Doug Harris music CDs This album features various performances by the McCoy Tyner Big Band from 1991 to 1993. While it is by no means a "must-have" for fans, it is a nice cross-section of what the band sounds like ...
||Shiny Stockings CD |
Doug Harris songs Track Listing of songs: Shiny Stockings; Thruway Traffic; Dayspring; Four Five Six; Hills of the North Rejoice; Manhattan Fever; Tomorrow's Blues Today;
||Turning Point CD (1992) |
Doug Harris albums This recording may not have been an actual "turning point" in pianist McCoy Tyner's productive career but its success gave momentum to his big band. Although only a part-time affair, Tyner's orchestra (seven brass, four reeds ...
||Afro Indio/A La Carte CD (2002) |
Doug Harris discography This two-fer CD collects a pair of Mongo Santamaria's albums from the Afro-Cuban percussionist and bandleader's mid-1970s jazz-funk period, AFRO-INDIO and A LA CARTE.
In 2002, the crucial British reissue label Nascente released Afro-Indio/A la Carte, which ...
||Well Water CD (2007) |
Doug Harris albums The music on Well Water sat unreleased for 30 years but was worth the wait. Frank Foster's Loud Minority Orchestra only made a few records during its decade or so of existence and Well Water is ...
||Remembering Billy Strayhorn CD |
Doug Harris music CDs Released on the Sahara label shortly after it was recorded in September 1994, Remembering Billy Strayhorn appears to have been one of the last albums completed by pianist, percussionist, and bandleader Errol Parker, who was born Raphael Schecroun in Algeria in 1926 and became permanently involved with jazz in Paris during the late 1940s. Parker, who appears to ...